The Three Rivers Rambler heads to Marbledale on the Fourth of July. This is actually a going away scene with SW1 #1007 bringing up the rear end (2-8-0 #203 is in charge on the head end). At Marble... (more)
In addition to two steam locomotives, Three Rivers Rambler visitors were also treated with this sharp looking SW1 during the Fourth of July weekend trips. The ex-SOU switcher, which started life o... (more)
J & J Rail SW1 #1 working at Hardin, KY in 1984. This line became the Hardin Southern later in its life. This SW1 was built in April 1940 as Milwaukee #1622.
Atlanta Stone Mountain & Lithonia #1 working at Lithonia, GA in Sept. 1969. The brand new VW van in the foreground belonged to a friend of the photographer and had just a shade over 500 miles on i... (more)
Former Southern Railway SW1 #1004 working on the Louisville & Wadley Railroad - May 1987
Virginia Blue Ridge #10 working a cut of cars at Piney River, VA in 1971.
Rusty freight car and locomotive trucks sit in front of an odd stash of locomotives at the Motive Power shops. From left to right are Genset demonstrator 244, ACE 3101, a primed MP36PH-3C under a... (more)
Early Sunday morning, the sun rises on Superior, ice still in the bays--ah! Spring has sprung!
Texas & New Orleans SW1 11 at Hardy Street Shops
The newest restoration project for Pennsylvania Railcar Restorations, Lehigh Valley SW1 112, arrived on Black River & Western property on Sunday, seen here being dropped off by NS local H76, power... (more)
This unit is usually tucked away from photographers in a nearby steel mill but it came in for some work. This is the only KXHR SW-1 in KXHR colors.
1939-built Lehigh Valley 112 finally arrives onto Black River & Western where she will be restored to her original appearance by PENNSY RAILCAR RESTORATIONS LLC.
Cairo Terminal SW1 #102 at Cairo, IL in 1985. This small operation utilized former NYC and ICG branches while in operation.
Lehigh Valley 112 has left its former resting place at Horsehead Industries in Rockwood, TN. It is on its way to a new home. Pennsy Railcar Restorations has plans to preserve this fine old unit.
The bitter end. After a gypsum mine collapsed under a long stretch of the branch it was forever isolated. The FGE reefers long stored there were scrapped except for a couple converted to rudimen... (more)